Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
Again, it is loking great! I can't believe the success you are having with the Wildflower Mix. I have never bought any because I figured they wouln't sprout.Jake
Girl you got an invasion of something for sure. Sorry I don't know what it is tho.Our baby bluebirds haven't hatched yet. We are so excited that they homesteaded tho.
Those cosmos are certainly a cheery flower! And I'm envious of your bluebird babies!!
Wonderful picture's of the blue jay!! Have you peeked in there when mama bird is gone? Your wildflowers are lovely!Jhocelyn
Great pictures! Is that an Eastern Bluebird? It looks so dark blue I thought it might be an Indigo Bunting.
It looks like dog vomit mold. Quite harmless. I posted on it last year. You can find lots of info on it on online though. The wildflowers look very good.
Some of my cosmos have reseeded from last year. I love free flowers.
Jake: Wildflowers are the easiest to grow.Susie: Good job!Shellmo: ThanksJhocelyn: It's an Eastern Bluebird, scared to bother the house and I'm too short anyway.Dorothy: It is an Eastern Bluebird the males are a spectacular color of blue.Tina: Thanks, I did look it up.Kewee: I too love free flowers.
I just moved to the country about 3 years ago and I've slowly been trying to get a flower garden going. I'm into still floral still life photography. Have you tried any of that? Today, I postd an image of zinnias and some old books. I think you would enjoy doing still life images. Come by and "smell my still life flowers" and read some good Christian poems/songs that are in the public domain at http://versesphotos.blogspot.com
Thanks for the update on the bluebirds! I had no luck attracting any this year. I have plenty of other birds though, so I'm happy!
Good Morning Darla... You can keep that 'dog vomit' thingee down there. I don't want any of that, thank you very much!!!!Your bluebirds are so pretty... They are the cleanest birds I know. Keep us posted when the babies get here.Hugs,Betsy
Dog vomit mold??? Hope we don't get that here!Your wildflowers are really pretty!I love the sounds of the chirping baby birds, it's just such a sweet sound.
That stuff is digusting looking but your flowers are beautiful. I love your Bluebird. I just bought a Bluebird house and can't wait to hang it up. Do you see them year round?
Tina, Tina. What were you thinking!
Hi Darla~~ I was mowing the front lawn yesterday and right smack in the middle of it is a huge pile of dog crap! Thankfully I didn't step in it. I don't have a dog or unfortunately a fence to keep the free ranging neighbor dogs at bay. Fungus or poop. It's all pretty disgusting. :)
Hey Darla! How are you??? I love the wildflower patch. So pretty - the colors are great.I have some really old, dead mums out in the front of my house that I want to pull up. I'd love to plant something new - any ideas? It gets tons and tons of sun. Also, tons and tons of deer. Hmmmm ....
The dog vomit fungus is a good sign. It only happens when the soil is enriched with lots of organic matter. I had huge yellow patches of it in my garden the year I was pouring Starbucks grounds as mulch. It looked awful but the plants loved it;)Marnie
Beautiful photos except the mold stuff.
That wildflower mix really took off & is doing great! Yuck on your fungus. ;)
Darla: You have great flowers as always and it is great you have the bluebirds.
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